[XML-SIG] Version number question on PyXML 0.6.4

Michael McLay mclay@nist.gov
Sun, 25 Feb 2001 21:25:17 -0500

On Monday 26 February 2001 03:41, Martin von Loewis wrote:
> Version 0.6.4 of the Python/XML distribution is now available.  It
> should be considered a beta release, and can be downloaded from
> the following URLs:

I'm begining to think someone from the Enlightenment window manager project 
has been given control of the version numbering for PyXML.  Version numbers 
are arbitrary, but some people will mistakenly read the low number on PyXML 
as an inidcation of unstable and immature software.  Based on the improved 
level of integration of this latest release the version number should have at 
least been bumped to a 0.7.0 release number.   What needs to be 
added/finished before the number can be bumped to 1.0?